Rasher

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"Stop looking at me with those hungry eyes! I'm not a pork chop!"
— Rasher, Animal Crossing: Wild World
Rasher
Rasher NL.png
"Don't judge a book by its cover."
"Stop looking at me with those hungry eyes! I'm not a pork chop!"
Species Personality Gender
Pig Cranky Male
Birthday {{{sign}}}April 7th
Initial phrase "swine"
Initial clothes Rugby Shirt
Appearances Dōbutsu no Mori,
Dōbutsu no Mori +,
Animal Crossing,
Dōbutsu no Mori e+,
Animal Crossing: Wild World,
Animal Crossing: City Folk,
Animal Crossing: New Leaf

Rasher (グレオ, Gureo) is a cranky, pig villager from the Animal Crossing series. As a cranky villager, he will appear more mature than other villager personality types and appear a bit arrogant towards the player. Rasher's name derives from the term "a rasher of bacon," with bacon being made from pigs.

Appearance

Rasher is a dark red pig with a light pink snout. He has a scar across his right eye and another along the back of his head. He wears the Rugby Shirt in later appearances. When he talks his mouth appears to be stitched open and closed.

Personality

Below is a brief description of the cranky personality. For more information, click here.

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As a cranky villager, he will tend to act tough towards other villagers, including the player, by showing superior knowledge. This, however, will get Rasher into arguments, normally leaving the other villager in the conversation either upset or angry, though he appears to show no remorse. He likes to collect fossils and fishing, and may ask the player to find him some.

House

His house features a cowhide rug and wood paneling. He has an office locker, and a few modern items in his house. If he obtains a stereo, "K.K. Faire" will be played. He has a wide-screen TV and a white golf bag.

Gallery

Names in other languages

Language Name Meaning
Spanish Curtis -
French Salami -

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